The Court of Appeal speaks again: Gore v Naheed – Garden Court Chambers

Posted July 6th, 2017 in appeals, arbitration, costs, news by sally

‘In May this year I blogged about the case of Thakkar v Patel [2017] EWCA Civ 117 as an example of a case in which the Court of Appeal was encouraging parties to mediate their dispute or face serious cost consequences [Mediation? “Get on with it” says the Court of Appeal]. In that case the Court found that mediation was “obviously appropriate” and did not occur because of lack of co-operation by the defendant. I commented then that “no two cases are the same”. Now along comes the case of Gore v Naheed [2017] EWCA Civ 369.’

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Garden Court Chambers, 26th June 2017